CAR rebel attacks hamper refugee aid in Cameroon-UN

Attacks by rebels in Central African Republic along Cameroon’s border are hampering United Nations efforts to aid more than 25,000 refugees fleeing violence in the region, a U.N. official said on Monday. In the latest of a series of attacks, rebels raided the frontier cattle-trading town of Ngaoui in the eastern Cameroonian province of Adamawa last week. They kidnapped 16 people, including 10 refugees, and demanded a ransom of 100 million CFA francs ($200,000). Full Story

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